Vocal Ensembles at Elizabethtown College
A "town and gown" group, the College-Community Chorus is comprised of students, faculty, staff and community members, The ensemble performs a range of works. Recently, the group performed Gospel Mass by Robert Ray with the College's Jazz Band. Other works performed by the ensemble include Faure's Requiem, Voices of Sacrifice by Professor Jim Haines, and portions of Mendelssohn's Elijah. This ensemble is directed by Dr. Fritz
The Concert Choir is Elizabethtown College's premiere vocal–ensemble comprised of students with varied backgrounds and majors. All share a common love of choral music. Throughout the College’s history, the Concert Choir has performed a wide selection of literature throughout the northeast, nationally and internationally. Auditions for the ensemble are held at the beginning of each semester. This ensemble is directed by Dr. Fritz
Dolce: Women’s Chorus
The Women's Chorus is an auditioned ensemble which performs many treble works throughout the academic year. Auditions for the ensemble are held at the beginning of each semester. For information about this ensemble, contact Dr. Fritz.
The Men’s Chorus is a non-auditioned ensemble which performs many works throughout the academic year. Rehearsals for the ensemble are held Fridays, 12:30-1:20 in Zug 204. For information about this ensemble, contact Dr. Fritz.
A student-led ensemble, Camerata specializes in early music. A junior music major is selected annually to lead this ensemble. Students from the campus audition for one of 12 slots. This ensemble is coordinated by Dr. Fritz